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    Karl Burkheimer (American, b. 1965), Hull, 2018, metal, wallboard, plaster, wood, and paint, 96 x 60 x 48 in., courtesy of the artist. Photo: Karl Burkheimer

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    Ben Buswell (American, born 1974), All at Once, 2017, hand embellished Lambda prints,

    artist frames, 76 panels, 31 x 11 in. each, courtesy of the artist and Upfor Gallery, Portland, OR. Photo: Mario Galluci


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    Tannaz Farsi (Iranian-American, b. 1974), Strata of Empire (Liberty), 2016, archival inkjet print, courtesy of the artist.

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    MK Guth (American, born 1963), What Needs To Be Said, 2017, five artist books, 11 x 9 x 3 1/2 in. each, courtesy of the artist, Cristin Tierney Gallery, New York, and Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR. Photo: Dan Kvitka

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    Anya Kivarkis (American, b. 1975), Smoke, 2018, archival inkjet print, 30 x 45 in., courtesy of the artist and Sienna Patti Contemporary, Lenox, Massachusetts.

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    Geraldine Ondrizek (American, born 1963), Installation view: The Origins of Bio Metric Data; a Collection of Books, 2015–16, prints on Gambi paper, photographs on handmade paper, photographs on vellum, Vellum folios, and Plexglas, various dimensions, courtesy of the artist. Photo: Dan Kvitka

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    Tom Prochaska (American, b. 1945), Austin, Nevada, 2016, graphite on laid paper, 11 x 8 1/2 in., courtesy of the artist and Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR. Photo: Dan Kvitka

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    Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooka, b 1981), Peelatchiwaaxpáash/Medicine Crow (Raven)2014, from the series 1880 Crow Peace Delegation; artist-manipulated digitally reproduced photograph by C.M. (Charles Milton) Bell, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution, pigment print on archival photo paper, 16 15/16 x 11 15/16 in., courtesy of the artist.

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    Jack Ryan (American, born 1967), Schumann Resonance Conduction Unit, 2015-19, wood, electric components, acrylic, found objects, transducers, amplifiers, custom electronics,  felt, and mixed and found media, 36 x 32 x 48 in., courtesy of the artist.
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    Blair Saxon-Hill, (American, born 1979), Climber, 2016, from the series Sapporo: A Frieze of Pedestrian Ways of Being and a Few Individual Portraitsarchival pigment print, 38 x 34 in., courtesy of the artist and Nino Meir Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

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    Storm Tharp (American, born 1970), Wolves at the Door, 2017, monotype on paper, 75 x 50 in., courtesy of the artist and PDX CONTEMPORARY ART, Portland, OR. Photo: Evan La Londe

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    Samantha Wall (American, born 1977), December 1 from 31 Days (December), 2017, India ink on yupo paper, 1 of 31 sheets, 8 x 8 in. each, courtesy of the artist and the Russo Lee Gallery, Portland, OR. Photo: Samantha Wall

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    Lynne Woods Turner (American, b. 1951), Untitled, a work from Twenty-one untitled drawings2013, pencil and color pencil on paper, 3 x 3 in. each, courtesy of the Miller Meigs Collection. Photo: Tim Turner

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